Lee Stange, who pitched for the Twins, Indians, and Red Sox in the 1960s, passed away on September 21, 2018 at age 81.
Stange signed with the old Washington Senators in 1957, and pitched for the Twins from 1961 until his trade to Cleveland in June 1964. His best season was 1963, when he compiled a 12-5 records and a 2.62 ERA.
After 2 calendar years with the Tribe, he was traded to the Red Sox in June 1966 and played in the 1967 World Series.
Stange moved on to the White Sox in June 1970, and finished his career that season.
He was also a pitching coach for the Red Sox, Twins, and Athletics in the 1970s and 1980s.